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im guessing he meant something like smash ink when mentioning xylene but for the most part xylene is used for thinning paint and itll eat the fuck out of any plastic based mop/marker if you leave it l

Reading this reminds me of a 10+ years ago when I passed out with this chick after a party and the mop in my pocket exploded and got all over her dress and legs. She was stained for days on end. Never

man missed this thread....havnt been in here since 2007...ha..welll prison does that

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So has anyone tried pure xylene for thinning rusto since xylene's supposedly what KR uses? I have 2 pints of pure xylene but I dont want to waste it, but if no one knows Ill just try it.

 

like said before try a small mix but be careful cause thats not exactly something you want all over your hands or in your lungs...

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To whoever was talking about stamppad ink that shit doesn't dry very well on its own. Good additive, Sanford Blacktops the shit.

 

Most of you guysneed to actually read this thread, like way back when 60F1 was posting (if thats his username, can't remember) cos most of this is repeated bullshit.

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i have 3 drums like that sitting in my garage waiting to be processed. woo hoo!

 

got 5 gallons of finished oink, too. gangster shit.

 

the people at dykem are weak. "we considered your proposal but we found your myspace page and despite the warnings about graffiti have decided not to work with you"

 

booooo moral supremacists.

 

yo asdf call me bro'z i got's a gifts fer ya.

 

what are those industrial 16 oz's? does it fade in the sun? does it fade at all? if yes to either i'm interested.

 

throw ink on everything

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i have 3 drums like that sitting in my garage waiting to be processed. woo hoo!

 

got 5 gallons of finished oink, too. gangster shit.

 

the people at dykem are weak. "we considered your proposal but we found your myspace page and despite the warnings about graffiti have decided not to work with you"

 

booooo moral supremacists.

 

yo asdf call me bro'z i got's a gifts fer ya.

 

what are those industrial 16 oz's? does it fade in the sun? does it fade at all? if yes to either i'm interested.

 

throw ink on everything

 

Its Carco ink, you can look it up on google. Trade 16oz of mine in any color you want for 16oz of my favorite black Oink :smiles: ?

 

And no it doesnt fade, I have the pink up on a couple ourdoor spots and its bright as hell. It looks alot like a glossy junobo when its dried. Plus its hard to buff indoors and bleeds through grey spray primer somewhat.

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No its a complete and utter lie you fucking gullible bastard.

 

Actually I was responding to this part of

your quote:

 

Most of you guys need to actually read this thread... cos most of this is repeated bullshit.

 

^^True story.

 

BIG O!NK:

 

Crazy times right now, but I will be getting

up with you soon homie. I have some shit,

non-graffz related, to send to you as well.

 

Happy New Year!

Call you soon.

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Product: Fountain Brush & Bottle

Product Number: 89157

Container: 5 oz Bottle

Quantity/Pack: 36

Case Weight: 6 lbs

DYKEM®‘s Fountain Brush & Bottle consists of a soft hair brush with a hollow handle attached to a squeezable bulb. No redipping is required, and it allows for delicate to heavy flow depending on your desired application.

 

* Soft hair brush

* Squeezable bulb

* 5 oz. nonbreakable polythylene bottle

* Use on vertical or horizontal surfaces

* Cap will not “freeze” to bottle

 

USE WITH: Steel Blue®, Layout Fluids, Staining Colors, Other Solutions

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yo asdf_va

i got a BIG question.since you seem to know alot about inks

VV

 

i recently made a batch silver rusto(only added a bit of thinner)

then i went and got some marsh white from an art store near by

 

i mixed both together and made a real sick silverish grey that covers like crazy

 

but one thing i noticed is that every time i shake and mix it

it gives off a real weird smoke

should i be worried...

lol

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So has anyone tried pure xylene for thinning rusto since xylene's supposedly what KR uses? I have 2 pints of pure xylene but I dont want to waste it, but if no one knows Ill just try it.

yeah it works and good but xylene eats plastic so your mop if you use a plastic one only lasts a few weeks if that !

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yo asdf_va

i got a BIG question.since you seem to know alot about inks

VV

 

i recently made a batch silver rusto(only added a bit of thinner)

and marsh white from an art store near by...

but one thing i noticed is that every time i shake and mix it

it gives off a real weird smoke

should i be worried...

 

 

Taste it.

If it's sour, throw it out fast.

If it's sweet... add some salt and simmer

for 20 minutes. Then taste again. When

the flavor gets closer to a chicken stock,

that's when you know it's ready.

 

Good luck.

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Taste it.

If it's sour, throw it out fast.

If it's sweet... add some salt and simmer

for 20 minutes. Then taste again. When

the flavor gets closer to a chicken stock,

that's when you know it's ready.

 

Good luck.

 

...

im serious

im really worried

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